(one's) two penn'orth

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(one's) two penn'orth

One's ideas, opinions, or point of view. ("Penn'orth" is a contraction of "pennies' worth.") Primarily heard in UK. If anyone wants to hear Dr Sanders' two penn'orth about the anti-vaccination debate, you can tune in to his podcast this Friday. I'd just like to put in my two penn'orth before we finish up the meeting, if I may.
See also: two

your two penn'orth

BRITISH, OLD-FASHIONED
Your two penn'orth is your opinion about something, even if nobody has asked you for it. I'm just putting my two penn'orth in, that's all. Note: People sometimes replace two with another number. The meeting dragged on for more than five hours to ensure that they all had their four penn'orth. Note: The usual American expression is your two cents' worth. Note: `Two penn'orth' means `two pennies' worth'.
See also: two
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Every politically correct, gravy-train athlete had her two penn'orth of bile, all "deeply shocked" at "this disturbing allegation" which was "a slap in the face for all police officers who serve their communities.
The new leader of the more moderate nationalist SDLP, Margaret Ritchie, has been invited to chuck in her two penn'orth, along with ex-London Mayor Ken Livingstone, historians and a former Loyalist.
The notion that a woman be temporarily unhinged by a cot death and abduct a child as a replacement brought forth the "experts", led by one-time television presenter Anne Diamond, bereaved by cot death many years ago and always ready with her two penn'orth on this subject.